– Nzuri sana.
– Karibu sana.
Four to five times an hour I am met with the theese greetings. Combined with a big smile, a lot of white teeths and sometimes a ’high-five’. It never seems to stop.
Everybody wants to greet you and make you feel welcome. Read More
This was the first ever Culture-workshop arranged by Bujora and danish Utamaduni group on an initiative from the late Mr. Pascali Busheni (leader at Bujora at the time)
Warsha workshops ran for 4 times in the mid 90es, until rewoken in the mid 2010es… So in 2016, and again in 2017 there were succesfull workshops in traditional Sukuma Culture held at Bujora. Read More
In july 2014 Axel Ronig from Germany was visiting Bujora.
During the visit he shot theese two videos:
About the museum and the dance troupe:
About the church at Bujora:
In 1973, Wanacecilia dancesociety was invited to Denmark by “U-landsfonden af 1962” and K.H. Skot. During the visit, the group performed at the famous danish museum Moesgaard.
In 2015, 4 representatives fra Wanacicilia came to Denmark, invited by the Utamaduni Camp. Together with members of local danish sukuma-dancetroups and Sukumas living in Denmark and Sweden, they were invited to participate in the excibition called ‘The living dead’. Read More